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As people were coming in for their afternoon lunch, Lois Glenn is seen making onion rings for customers to enjoy. She is the manager of The Longhorn Cafe, an area restaurant that has been greatly impacted by COVID-19.

Local restaurants hit hard by COVID-19

September 11, 2020

Due to the spread of the COVID-19, many restaurants across the country have been impacted with several...

COVID-19 hitting young people too

Edward Anthony Ramirez is a 16 years old junior from Houston, TX. He received his results on June 6 and came out positive. 

By: Juan Rodriguez Maldonado, Senior

September 10, 2020

There is no doubt that since the COVID-19 pandemic began, millions of people around the world have be...

Interview with Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball

August 19, 2020

Six students from Judson Journalism interviewed the district superintendent, Dr. Ball, about their concerns...

Extended: Interview with Journalism Seniors

May 18, 2020

Earlier today, Mr. Cabrera sat down with his journalism seniors for their last meeting. They discussed...

Mrs. Denise Aguilar’s first-hand experience with COVID-19

Mrs. Denise Aguilar is a radiology technologist at Mission Trail Baptist Hospital.

By: Mr. Cabrera, Adviser

May 7, 2020

Mrs. Denise Aguilar, one of the campus’ health science teachers and instructor over the radiology p...

Sophomore Emily Clymer has her own business in designing shoes. She buys blank shoes and designs them in ways that her clients want.

Sophomore Emily Clymer picks up designing custom shoes

March 5, 2020

Creativity takes form in many ways for artists. Their style may come through the medium, colors, or ...

Milam (right) started her career in Judson ISD in 1985, while Matthews (left) started his career in the district in 1995.

Ms. Brenda Milam and Mr. Luke Matthews celebrated for their longevity in the district

February 28, 2020

On Monday, February 24, 2020, math teacher Brenda Milam and social studies teacher Luke Matthews were reco...

Marine John Fannin (standing) celebrates his return from the rowing competition. He is a 2004 graduate of Judson High School.

Judson alumni completes “World’s Toughest Row” in his journey to recovery

February 24, 2020

Upon the return from military service, many veterans find that the transition to civilian life can be extreme...

Junior Faith Horne, who wants to join the Air Force.

Judson students honor their community by serving their country

February 10, 2020

When high school students’ are told about the prospects of life and the endless possibilities for t...

Counselor Leslie McClellan works on student's schedules for the next school year. She has been a counselor on campus for seven years.

Counselor Leslie McClellan goes above and beyond her duties

February 7, 2020

One week out of every year, the nation takes the time to notice counselors for the superstars they are. Th...

Custodian Steve Villareal works in the PAC to ensure that it is clean and safe.

Custodial staff is the backbone of the campus

February 7, 2020

Clean restrooms, swept hallways, trash taken out, a tidy cafeteria, then setting up for another day on c...

Mr. Aaron King discusses  the difference between liberals and conservatives in his US Government class. This is his fifth year on campus.

Mr. Aaron King finds fulfillment in his teaching career

February 6, 2020

The graduating class of 2020 has voted Mr. Aaron King, Government, and AP Government teacher, as their...

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